Communion and Liberation movement
They are a strange group.  I think that many of their members have quite good intentions and are often very good neo-Catholic types, but the movement itself is centered around the writings of the founder of the group.  Their language is totally cut-off from traditional theology.  They employ words and phrases which make the novel language in VII seem like it was written by Pius X.

Here is a recent quotation which came out of "CL", as it's called, that has given me the willies.

Quote:For us faith is not an ethical code nor an ideology but an experience: an
encounter with Christ present here and now in the Christian community.
Christian faith gives us a freedom and a passion for living that express
themselves above all in the form of questions as we face reality, and an
inexhaustible openness to everything human.


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Communion and Liberation movement - by Dmorgan - 08-14-2011, 10:32 AM
Re: Communion and Liberation movement - by Walty - 08-15-2011, 01:40 AM

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